MILLEDGEVILLE — Falun Gong exercise class will be held at 1 p.m. at Central City Park (formerly Bonner Park) free of charge. Cultivate mind and body with 5 sets of easy-to-learn exercises good for all ages and all physical conditions. For more information, call (478) 453-4241.
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21-year-old Quintavious Horton is wanted for the murder of Kenneth Simmons. Horton is considered armed and dangerous by local police.
Police looking for murder suspect
Friday night violence ended in the death of a 22-year-old.
The Milledgeville Police Department is looking for 21-year-old Quintavious Horton for the shooting that took the life of Kenneth Simmons.
- Ga. Republicans gather in Athens for convention
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- STEM laboratory projected by next summer
- CSH board forms state property task force
- Police looking for murder suspect
Baldwin High School Band Director Clint Raburn plays his beloved saxophone during practice last week. After 13 years at BHS, Raburn is transitioning to a new mission as Creative Arts Pastor at Northridge Christian Church.
Band director switches gears to a new calling
Baldwin High School senior band member Michael Watson put Fine Arts and Band Director Clint Raburn’s 13 years in perspective.
“I don’t think there is a student who’s come through the band program that hasn’t been touched by Mr. Raburn in some way,” Watson said. “He pushed the program further that it had ever gone and got results.”
- Blue Star dedication becomes first in its class
- Longtime children’s librarian places final book on shelf
- Movie extra excited to premiere in historical film
- Filmmaker's Milledgeville relocation all about feeding the soul
- Band director switches gears to a new calling
Partners Chris Dixon and Codee Guyton and their son Cash have poured their hearts and wallets into creating their very own company called Flex Till You’re Famous, which is dedicated to providing one-of-a-kind motivational gym apparel.
Duo flexes to inspire, motivate
Chris Dixon and Codee Guyton decided it was time for a transformation, not only in their health, but lifestyle as well. Two years later, the couple has made tremendous progress along their fitness journey, and are now influencing others to be the best version of themselves through their motivational gym apparel — Flex Till You’re Famous (FTYF).
- Hobby Lobby part of N. Columbia corridor growth
- Seafood market owner marks expansion, overcomes adversity
- Arts and crafts store moves downtown
- Tidal Wave presents fifth charity fundraiser Friday
- Duo flexes to inspire, motivate
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Lila Mitchell stands atop the podium after her third place finish in the 1,600-meter run on Friday, May 10 at the state track meet, where she lowered her own school record in the event.
UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Distance runner Mitchell a natural learner
Coming off strong performances at the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) Class-A Public School Division State track meet, Lila Mitchell earns this week’s Athlete of the Week honor for her performances in the both the 3,200- and 1,600-meter runs.
- Millersville players help couple resuscitate ailing child
- GMC Prep girls capture third in state
- UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Trojan’s Boone a true track guy
- GMC Prep earns pair of titles in Jefferson
- UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Distance runner Mitchell a natural learner
EDITORIAL: Seizure of AP phone records insult to independent press
Distrust of government secrecy has been elevated to an exceptional level with the disclosure the Justice Department covertly examined two months of Associated Press phone records to determine who leaked details to the AP about a foiled terrorist plot.
- EDITORIAL: Community forum a chance to weigh in on litter issue
- Public trust hinges on how city responds complaint
- Offer suggestions, take heed of traffic concerns
- EDITORIAL: Read first, then formulate questions, opinions
- EDITORIAL: Seizure of AP phone records insult to independent press
GC students hope to reform education in low-performing communities
Georgia College senior Audrey Smith’s belief in the ‘American dream’ has inspired her to help young citizens realize that dream through the power of education.
- Tea Party Patriots urge end to fear-mongering over cuts
- Position Statement on Amendment 2
- ORMC attempts to put ‘Bed Tax’ rumors to rest
- Shocked at statements made by Paul Broun
- GC students hope to reform education in low-performing communities
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